LittleGood.org

I’ve always wanted to start an organization to help others. One idea that I have been exploring was a solution to connect busy folks with a mind to do community service, with volunteer opportunities. There’s no shortage of opportunities,  but if you’ve ever tried to look for something on your own you quickly find challenges:

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Eating Your Own Dog Food

While planning out the next steps for my fitness app, the question crossed my mind, “should I use my own API to actually power the backend of my app?” After a little research, that is where I learned the pros and cons of “eating your own dog food.” Gotta love how technology professionals communicate.

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Extracurricular Professional and Personal Projects for the End of 2016

As a technology professional, it is important to keep my skills sharp and stay up-to-date on the latest technology. The first step toward that end was finding my dream job. Nevertheless, it’s important to experiment with new things outside of work. Things that I would not normally get a chance to do otherwise. I’m using this post outline a plan of attack over the course of the rest of the year.

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two horses

You Can’t Ride A Horse With Two Asses

one rider, two horses

Can you tell who the asses are?

“You can’t ride a horse with two asses” is one of my favorite sayings, and comes to mind as I look at why my career search has been in limbo. First, let’s talk about the saying. I’m not even sure I have it correct, but that’s how I remember it, and it’s awesome. Read More

6 Weeks to Success: Checking In On Week 3

Three weeks ago, I set lofty goals for my journey to change up my career. The idea was 6 weeks to success, and putting it out there did a few things for me. It laid out a plan to follow, and also gave me something to keep me accountable. Three weeks later I’m checking in and happy with my progress.

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